Does My SMB Need a Server?
A true server operating system makes all of this possible, and you're going to need to invest in a good one to get the most out of your new hardware. When it comes to choosing an operating system for your server, there really aren't a lot of options — Windows or Linux. A Linux-based OS does a fine job. It's reliable and has modest hardware requirements. No matter which you choose, you'll need a qualified technician to install and configure them properly.
Choosing the Right Server -- Servers are the unsung heroes of the corporate computing environment, working behind the scenes to help get the maximum benefit from the personal computers that people use every day. Before investing in server hardware, you need to consider applications, storage, processor, form factor, and more. Download this Internet.com eBook to help you choose wisely.
Congratulations! You now understand the benefits that a server can bring to your business.
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